Pros: "fun to drive, reliable, 25-30 MPG on the highway"
Cons: "interior lighting, bk seat space, a/c leaks inside"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 8
"I bought the car I really wanted when I bought my Sebring convertible. It's a nice looking car, cool to drive, and there was room in the back seat for my kids. I love the body style, the leather and wood appointments, the cloth top, how solid it is, and, of course, the feeling of freedom and joy while driving with the top down. I've always been faithful with maintenance and oil changes. I know it's hard to find an article about Sebrings with a favorable review, but I've had a very different experience. I've been good to my Sebring, and it's been good to me."
Pros: "Fair price, reliable, safe, and a cute little car."
Cons: "Age, wear and tear, poor acceleration."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 7
"I know plenty of people who had lemons as first cars, but not this one! It might be 11 years old, but it is reliable and an overall 'healthy' car. There have been a few problems, but nothing major and nothing that can't be fixed for relatively cheap. She drives very nice and safe; in other cars, the steering is so jerky I feel like I'm going to roll it, but this car feels very secure. The acceleration isn't very good, but hey, you're getting everything else from this modest ol' sedan."
"I bought this car on a wim because I needed a car NOW and this was the nicest one on the lot. I never realized how much Iwould really love it. I am looking to sell it now because I want one that is a convertable. I love the sporty look"
Cons: "Rear defroster , brake feel, leaks in interior"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 4
"We purchased this car used in the same model year that it was released. My wife wanted a convertible for her 50th birthday and after finding that her first two choices for a convertible didn't have the legroom and trunk space that she wanted, we ended up with the Sebring GTC. We are in the process of selling it 5 years later because of constant problems. The car leaked water from the roof drain system on the passenger side. Rear suspension parts had to be replaced at 40k. The rear window had to be replaced FIVE TIMES because the contacts for the defroster wiring would break when you opened and closed the roof. The battery is "hidden" in front of the front left wheel and is very difficult to replace. All in all, this car convinced me to to never ever purchase a Chrysler Product again."